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‘Reconciliation in a post-Covid world’ – unity of mission

The Archbishop of Westminster and CTE President Cardinal Vincent Nichols on the church's role.

‘Reconciliation in a post-Covid world’

The Archbishop of Canterbury and CTE President, Justin Welby, was the opening keynote speaker at CTE Forum 2022.

New President for CTE

Rev Helen Cameron succeeds Rev Dr Hugh Osgood as the CTE President for the Free Churches Group.

Celebration – a sacred task?

CTE President for the Orthodox Churches, and Archbishop of the Ecumenical Patriarchate (Diocese of Thyateira and Great Britain), His Eminence Archbishop Nikitas shares our reflection of the month for January 2022.

Forum 2022: Our speakers

Find out who will be presenting at the event on 14 to 16 March

CTE Presidents’ Dinner 2021

More than forty leaders from our National Member Churches gather for fellowship and prayer at Lambeth Palace.

CTE Presidents statement on the death of Sir David Amess

"We pray his example of service to our nation may strengthen our democracy"

New CTE Presidents sign the Presidents’ Covenant as they take up office

Bishop Tedroy Powell and Archbishop Nikitas take up office as CTE Presidents.

New Presidents for CTE

Bishop Tedroy Powell and Archbishop Nikitas will succeed Pastor Agu Irukwu and Archbishop Angaelos.

CTE Presidents call all churches to address racial injustice in church life and wider society

Presidents of Churches Together in England, named below, with the support of the Fourth Presidency Group, have issued a statement calling on churches to travel together on the journey of racial justice.

CTE Presidents’ Statement on the Hagia Sophia

Presidents of Churches Together in England are saddened at the decision of the Turkish Government to change the status of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.

Churches Together in England Statement on the Fourth Presidency

CTE's statement of 22 Nov 2019 regarding the Fourth Presidency.

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